has to be learned to be able to fully know the law and to interpret judgment. One may not necessarily be but have to seek for the services of legal luminaries in the interpretation of law and explanation of judgment.
HonSadiq Ibrahim Dasin a barrister, was a member House of Representatives representing Fufore and Song constituency of Adamawa State, Northeast Nigeria, where he served a four-year tenure from 2015.
Dasinwas elected Member Adamawa State House of Assembly for two terms before being upgraded to the National Assembly.
The effective and efficient representation earned Dasin the Periscope’s 2016 nomination for national award and 2017 Best Performing House of Representatives Member in the Northeast Category, honoured by the Periscope Global Publishers; the parent of this medium. It was an honest assessment without any financial inducement; these are just among the few national honours.
The Periscope, wondered why Dasin was in 2019 not returned elected against its projection? This takes another story.
Meanwhile, Dasin has keyed into the friends of the “Hospital Paupers Fund, Yola” as a social responsibility. He is offering bonanza for a price worthy knowledge; his teeming readers should patronise.
There is the part II, which is the final knowledge on the BAYELSA CASE, he would share on the condition that readers should donate minimum of N1,000 each into the Hospital Paupers Fund account with the Zenith Bank PLC he shared as a social responsibility:
Acct Name: Hospital Paupers’ Fund, Yola
Acct Number: 101446062.
Bank: Zenith Bank
Sadiq Ibrahim Dasin wrote:
HOW TO PAY FOR THE SECOND PART OF THE BAYELSA CASE BY PUTTING N1,000/ ONLY INTO THIS ACCOUNT
is an NGO called PAUPERS FUND, YOLA that operates in Federal Medical Centre, Yola established to solicit for funds to be able to pay for the treatment of indigent (poor) patients who are on admission in FMC Yola and could not continue paying for healthcare services. Suffices to say that:
1. They have no money to afford a bed in the hospital;
2. They can not afford to continue paying for their treatment in the hospital.
PAUPERS FUND FMC YOLA have limited funds that takes care of these types of patients.
How it operates is that the case of a pauper would be reviewed by a Consultant and sent to the Head of Clinical Services in the FMC who will then direct the Social Welfare Unit of the hospital to verify the authenticity of the patient’s health and financial capacity, and forward same back to the Head of the Clinical Services.
The Head of Clinical Services will then direct for waiver of fees for the patient and the hospital will then treat the patient free of charge.
The cost of the treatment will then be forwarded to the HOSPITAL PAUPERS FUND, YOLA and the fund will credit the account of the hospital directly.
Since we are now in TSA regime, money does not exchange hands. FMC has treated the indigent patient, the indigent patient and/ the hospital do(es) not receive any cash. Thus it engenders transparency, accountability and facilitates easy auditing of the paupers account.
The fund is managed by 18 trustworthy indigenes of Adamawa state and it is independent of FMC, Yola. The 18 people are –
1. Alh. Abdullahi suleiman – former MD. Savanah sugar Company – Chairman
2. Mrs. Amina Albert Zirra – Deputy Chairman
3. Mr. Bello Pur
4. Alh. Shuaibu Musa Mamawa
5. Mrs. Fadimatu S. Tarfa
6. Hon. Shehu Musa
7. Pharm. Innocent Sanda
8. Usman Ardo Jada
9. Mr. Alfred Kyeri
10. Ahmad Mana
11. Aisha Bashir
12. Sarah Peters
13. Amina Bamanga
14. Safeenat Salihu
15. Adamu Muhammad Dodo
16. Ameer Islamic Medical Association FMC, Yola
17. Chairperson Christian Fellowship FMC, Yola
18. Asmau Aliyu Mustapha – Secretary
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I therefore request you to kindly use your telephone and credit –
HOSPITAL PAUPERS FUND
A/C – 1014406062